Winner Winner! 8th ''Dear Lucky Agent'' Contest Winners Chosen

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Agent judge Lindsey Clemons of Larsen-Pomada Literary Agents recently wrapped up the eighth "Dear Lucky Agent" Contest
on the GLA blog and has picked her three winners. The winners (listed
below) receive a free year of WritersMarket.com access as well as a
critique on their first 10 pages from Lindsey. Congrats to our winners!

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THE WINNERS (NO ORDER):

Jessica, for Loona Sea & the Nissan Wildebeest
Deb, for Cold Spell
Cully, for The Very Normal Life of Barstow Little

MEET THE (AWESOME) JUDGE!

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Lindsey Clemons is a literary agent
at Larsen-Pomada Literary Agents in San Francisco.

Awesome books represented by agents at LP Literary Agents include:



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The Scalpel and the Soul: Encounters with Surgery, the Supernatural, and the Healing Power of Hope, by M.D., FACS, Allan J. Hamilton (March 2008, Tarcher)

The Iron King, by Julie Kagawa (Feb. 2010, Harlequin Teen)

Secrets of the Tudor Court, by D.L. Bogdan (Kensington; May 2010)

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